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Cherilyn Roberts

Cherilyn is a Content Executive at Totaljobs. She offers advice and insights around recruitment and societal elements that impact employers, jobseekers and workers.

Using relevant trends and in-depth research, she provides useful advice on a range of topics that aim to contribute to a fair and inclusive culture for the entire workforce.

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Recruiting & retention in the current market

Podcast: Recruiting and retention in the current market

Over the last few months, the talent market has faced instability throughout, and businesses have struggled to predict what the future of the UK economy will look like. In the recent Recruiting Future podcast, host Matt Alder, and Totaljobs CEO Jon Wilson, both sit down to discuss how the recruitment climate has changed over the last three years and share their thoughts on how employers are continuing to thrive as the cost of living rises.

How employers can champion Black and South Asian women throughout their careers

Creating a fair, unbiased work environment is critical in ensuring everyone is given the opportunity to thrive in a workplace that supports their needs. The latest report from Totaljobs in partnership with The Diversity Trust details insights from Black and South Asian women on how their experiences pose challenges throughout their career pathways and limits their progression. Off the back of these insights, the report provides employers with key actions they can implement to create a fair and prosperous workforce.

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Impact of the rising cost of living on essential workers: a Midwife Support Worker’s experience

The latest research from Totaljobs found that essential workers are being impacted greatly due to the rising cost of living. Essential workers are taking out loans to fund basic living costs and resorting to moving jobs and sectors at a higher rate than non-essential workers. A recent case study takes an in-depth look at the experience of a Midwife Support Worker, and how the rising cost of living has impacted her life.

How employers can maximise recruitment and retention as the cost of living rises

Businesses are looking to the government for support because of the rising cost of living and workers are looking for salary increases in line with rising inflation rates. The latest report from Totaljobs has delivered insight on how the rising cost of living is affecting workers, jobseekers, and ultimately businesses. This is changing what candidates and jobseekers are prioritising in their careers.